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Carlos Rey-Moreno

  • PhD Candidate
  • Researcher
  • University of the Western Cape
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Recent publications

  • Alternative Networks: Toward Global Access to the Internet for All

    • Saldana J
    • Arcia-Moret A
    • Sathiaseelan A
    • et al.
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  • Investigating battery consumption in low-end smartphones: Preliminary results

    • Om S
    • Rey-Moreno C
    • Tucker W
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Professional experience

Researcher

University of the Western Cape

January 2012 - Present

Researcher

Signal Theory and Communications Departmente, Rey Juan Carlos University

January 2008 - December 2011(4 years)

Researcher

EHAS Foundation

January 2007 - December 2011(5 years)

Education

MSc Telecommunication Networks for Development Regions

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

September 2008 - July 2010(2 years)

MSc Development and International Relations

Aalborg University

September 2005 - September 2008(3 years)

About

Carlos Rey-Moreno received the Telecommunications Engineering degree at Carlos III University of Madrid, the Master degree in Development Cooperation and International Relations at Aalborg Univeristy (Denmark) and the Master Degree in Telecommunications Networks for Developing Countries at Rey Juan Carlos University (Spain) in 2006, 2008 and 2010, respectively. From 2007 to 2011, he was a Eesearcher with the EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carlos University, working on the field of rural broadband networks for developing countries. Since 2012, he is with the Department of Computer Science of the University of the Western Cape, South Africa, where he is conducting part of his doctoral thesis. He is interested in research and innovation in the field of broadband wireless infrastructure to connect rural and remote areas of developing countries, both in the technical and the social aspects and the impacts of doing so.

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